Thank you for joining the session today.
In RRR we discussed:
- Ambiguous genitalia
- Tuberous sclerosis
The clinical station showed a 6 year old with h/o repeated transfusions. Task was examination of Abdomen. Dr P took the hotseat and was soon Dr N swapped the hotseat. There were number of points which could be done different and we struggled for time. These were picked up and pointed by DR R, Dr W and DR J who wore the examiner hat.
The learning points are:
- Note the cues present watch carefully
- Be systematic – EXPOSURE – Inspection, Palpation, Percussion & Auscultation.
- Do not be ‘haphazard’.
- Time management is vital
- Slick examination technique is a must
- Verbalize your examination
- Confirm cues observed by your examination questions
- Consider examiner has not seen the video cues.
- You have to get Dependent cues. Don’t ask – Don’t get.
Please visit www.mrcpchclinicals.org to write your comments or points I may have missed.